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    Robert Burns

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    Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) (also known as Robbie Burns, Rabbie Burns, Scotland's favourite son, the Ploughman Poet, Robden of Solway Firth, the Bard of Ayrshire and in Scotland as The Bard) was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide. He is the best known of the poets who have written in the Scots language, although much of his writing is also in English and a light Scots dialect, accessible to an audience beyond Scotland. He also wrote in standard English, and in these writings his political or civil commentary is often at its bluntest.

    He is regarded as a pioneer of the Romantic movement, and after his death he became a great source of inspiration to the founders of both liberalism and socialism, and a cultural icon in Scotland and among the Scottish Diaspora around the world. Celebration of his life and work became almost a national charismatic cult during the 19th and 20th centuries, and his influence has long been strong on Scottish literature. In 2009 he was chosen as the greatest Scot by the Scottish public in a vote run by Scottish television channel STV.

    As well as making original compositions, Burns also collected folk songs from across Scotland, often revising or adapting them. His poem (and song) "Auld Lang Syne" is often sung at Hogmanay (the last day of the year), and "Scots Wha Hae" served for a long time as an unofficial national anthem of the country. Other poems and songs of Burns that remain well known across the world today include "A Red, Red Rose"; "A Man's a Man for A' That"; "To a Louse"; "To a Mouse"; "The Battle of Sherramuir"; "Tam o' Shanter"; and "Ae Fond Kiss".

    This amazing piece contains the following works -  

    1771 - 1779

    Song—Handsome Nell

    Song—O Tibbie, I Hae Seen The Day

    Song—I Dream'd I Lay

    Song—In The Character Of A Ruined Farmer

    Tragic Fragment

    Tarbolton Lasses, The

    Montgomerie's Peggy

    Ploughman's Life, The



    Ronalds Of The Bennals, The

    Song—Here's To Thy Health

    Lass Of Cessnock Banks, The^1

    Song—Bonie Peggy Alison

    Song—Mary Morison



    Winter: A Dirge

    Prayer, Under The Pressure Of Violent Anguish

    Paraphrase Of The First Psalm

    First Six Verses Of The Ninetieth Psalm Versified, The

    Prayer, In The Prospect Of Death

    Stanzas, On The Same Occasion



    Fickle Fortune: A Fragment

    Raging Fortune—Fragment Of Song

    Impromptu—"I'll Go And Be A Sodger"

    Song—"No Churchman Am I"

    A Stanza Added In A Mason Lodge

    My Father Was A Farmer

    John Barleycorn: A Ballad



    Death And Dying Words Of Poor Mailie, The Author's Only Pet Yowe., The

    Poor Mailie's Elegy

    Song—The Rigs O' Barley

    Song Composed In August


    Song—Green Grow The Rashes

    Song—Wha Is That At My Bower-Door



    Remorse: A Fragment

    Epitaph On Wm. Hood, Senr., In Tarbolton

    Epitaph On James Grieve, Laird Of Boghead, Tarbolton

    Epitaph On My Own Friend And My Father's Friend, Wm. Muir In Tarbolton Mill

    Epitaph On My Ever Honoured Father

    Ballad On The American War

    Reply To An Announcement By J. Rankine On His Writing To The Poet,

    Epistle To John Rankine

    A Poet's Welcome To His Love-Begotten Daughter^1

    Song—O Leave Novels^1

    Fragment—The Mauchline Lady

    Fragment—My Girl She's Airy

    The Belles Of Mauchline

    Epitaph On A Noisy Polemic

    Epitaph On A Henpecked Country Squire

    Epigram On The Said Occasion


    On Tam The Chapman

    Epitaph On John Rankine

    Lines On The Author's Death

    Man Was Made To Mourn: A Dirge

    The Twa Herds; Or, The Holy Tulyie



    Epistle To Davie, A Brother Poet

    Holy Willie's Prayer

    Epitaph On Holy Willie

    Death and Doctor Hornbook

    Epistle To J. Lapraik, An Old Scottish Bard

    Second Epistle To J. Lapraik

    Epistle To William Simson


    One Night As I Did Wander

    Tho' Cruel Fate Should Bid Us Part

    Song—Rantin', Rovin' Robin^1

    Elegy On The Death Of Robert Ruisseaux^1

    Epistle To John Goldie, In Kilmarnock

    The Holy Fair^1

    Third Epistle To J. Lapraik

    Epistle To The Rev. John M'math

    Second Epistle to Davie

    Song—Young Peggy Blooms

    Song—Farewell To Ballochmyle

    Fragment—Her Flowing Locks


    To A Mouse, On Turning Her Up In Her Nest With The Plough, November, 1785

    Epitaph On John Dove, Innkeeper

    Epitaph For James Smith

    Adam Armour's Prayer

    The Jolly Beggars: A Cantata^1

    Song—For A' That^1

    Song—Merry Hae I Been Teethin A Heckle

    The Cotter's Saturday Night

    Address To The Deil

    Scotch Drink



    The Auld Farmer's New-Year-Morning Salutation To His Auld Mare, Maggie

    The Twa Dogs^1

    The Author's Earnest Cry And Prayer

    The Ordination

    Epistle To James Smith

    The Vision

    Suppressed Stanza's Of "The Vision"

    Address To The Unco Guid, Or The Rigidly Righteous

    The Inventory^1

    To John Kennedy, Dumfries House

    To Mr. M'Adam, Of Craigen-Gillan

    To A Louse, On Seeing One On A Lady's Bonnet, At Church

    Inscribed On A Work Of Hannah More's

    Song, Composed In Spring

    To A Mountain Daisy,

    To Ruin

    The Lament

    Despondency: An Ode

    To Gavin Hamilton, Esq., Mauchline,

    Versified Reply To An Invitation

    Song—Will Ye Go To The Indies, My Mary?

    Song—My Highland Lassie, O

    Epistle To A Young Friend

    Address Of Beelzebub

    A Dream

    A Dedication

    Versified Note To Dr. Mackenzie, Mauchline

    The Farewell To the Brethren of St. James' Lodge, Tarbolton.

    On A Scotch Bard, Gone To The West Indies

    Song—Farewell To Eliza

    A Bard's Epitaph

    Epitaph On "Wee Johnie"

    The Lass O' Ballochmyle

    Lines To An Old Sweetheart

    Motto Prefixed To The Author's First Publication

    Lines To Mr. John Kennedy

    Lines Written On A Banknote

    Stanzas On Naething

    The Farewell

    Thomson's Edward and Eleanora.

    The Calf

    Nature's Law—A Poem

    Song—Willie Chalmers

    Reply To A Trimming Epistle Received From A Tailor

    The Brigs Of Ayr

    Fragment Of Song

    Epigram On Rough Roads

    Prayer—O Thou Dread Power

    Farewell Song To The Banks Of Ayr

    Address To The Toothache

    Lines On Meeting With Lord Daer^1

    Masonic Song

    Tam Samson's Elegy

    The Epitaph

    Per Contra

    Epistle To Major Logan

    Fragment On Sensibility

    A Winter Night

    Song—Yon Wild Mossy Mountains

    Address To Edinburgh

    Address To A Haggis



    To Miss Logan, With Beattie's Poems, For A New-Year's Gift, Jan. 1, 1787.

    Mr. William Smellie—A Sketch

    Song—Bonie Dundee

    Extempore In The Court Of Session

    Inscription For The Headstone Of Fergusson The Poet^1

    Epistle To Mrs. Scott

    Verses Intended To Be Written Below A Noble Earl's Picture^1


    The Bonie Moor-Hen

    Song—My Lord A-Hunting

    Epigram At Roslin Inn

    Epigram Addressed To An Artist

    The Book-Worms

    On Elphinstone's Translation Of Martial's Epigrams

    Song—A Bottle And Friend

    Epitaph For William Nicol, Of The High School, Edinburgh

    Epitaph For Mr. William Michie

    Address To Wm. Tytler, Esq., Of Woodhouselee

    Epigram To Miss Ainslie In Church

    Burlesque Lament For The Absence Of William Creech, Publisher

    Note to Mr. Renton

    Elegy On "Stella"

    The Bard At Inverary

    Epigram To Miss Jean Scott

    On The Death Of John M'Leod, Esq,

    Elegy On The Death Of Sir James Hunter Blair

    Impromptu On Carron Iron Works

    To Miss Ferrier

    Written By Somebody On The Window

    The Poet's Reply To The Threat Of A Censorious Critic

    The Libeller's Self-Reproof^1

    Verses Written With A Pencil

    Song—The Birks Of Aberfeldy

    The Humble Petition Of Bruar Water

    Lines On The Fall Of Fyers Near Loch-Ness.

    Epigram On Parting With A Kind Host In The Highlands

    Strathallan's Lament^1

    Castle Gordon

    Song—Lady Onlie, Honest Lucky

    Theniel Menzies' Bonie Mary

    The Bonie Lass Of Albany^1

    On Scaring Some Water-Fowl In Loch-Turit

    Blythe Was She^1

    A Rose-Bud By My Early Walk

    Song—The Banks of the Devon

    Epitaph For Mr. W. Cruikshank^1

    Braving Angry Winter's Storms

    Song—My Peggy's Charms

    The Young Highland Rover

    Birthday Ode For 31st December, 1787^1

    On The Death Of Robert Dundas, Esq., Of Arniston,

    Sylvander To Clarinda^1



    Love In The Guise Of Friendship

    Go On, Sweet Bird, And Sooth My Care

    Clarinda, Mistress Of My Soul

    I'm O'er Young To Marry Yet

    To The Weavers Gin Ye Go

    M'Pherson's Farewell

    Stay My Charmer

    Song—My Hoggie

    Raving Winds Around Her Blowing

    Up In The Morning Early

    Hey, The Dusty Miller

    Duncan Davison

    The Lad They Ca'Jumpin John

    Talk Of Him That's Far Awa

    To Daunton Me

    The Winter It Is Past

    The Bonie Lad That's Far Awa

    Verses To Clarinda

    The Chevalier's Lament

    Epistle To Hugh Parker

    Of A' The Airts The Wind Can Blaw^1

    Song—I Hae a Wife O' My Ain

    Lines Written In Friars'-Carse Hermitage

    To Alex. Cunningham, ESQ., Writer

    Song.—Anna, Thy Charms

    The Fete Champetre

    Epistle To Robert Graham, Esq., Of Fintry

    Song.—The Day Returns

    Song.—O, Were I On Parnassus Hill

    A Mother's Lament

    The Fall Of The Leaf

    I Reign In Jeanie's Bosom

    Auld Lang Syne

    My Bonie Mary

    The Parting Kiss

    Written In Friar's-Carse Hermitage

    The Poet's Progress

    Elegy On The Year 1788

    The Henpecked Husband

    Versicles On Sign-Posts



    Robin Shure In Hairst

    Ode, Sacred To The Memory Of Mrs. Oswald Of Auchencruive

    Pegasus At Wanlockhead

    Sappho Redivivus—A Fragment

    Song—She's Fair And Fause

    Impromptu Lines To Captain Riddell

    Lines To John M'Murdo, Esq. Of Drumlanrig

    Rhyming Reply To A Note From Captain Riddell

    Caledonia—A Ballad

    To Miss Cruickshank

    Beware O' Bonie Ann

    Ode On The Departed Regency Bill

    Epistle To James Tennant Of Glenconner

    A New Psalm For The Chapel Of Kilmarnock

    Sketch In Verse

    The Wounded Hare

    Delia, An Ode

    The Gard'ner Wi' His Paidle

    On A Bank Of Flowers

    Young Jockie Was The Blythest Lad

    The Banks Of Nith

    Jamie, Come Try Me

    I Love My Love In Secret

    Sweet Tibbie Dunbar

    The Captain's Lady

    John Anderson, My Jo

    My Love, She's But A Lassie Yet

    Song—Tam Glen

    Carle, An The King Come

    The Laddie's Dear Sel'

    Whistle O'er The Lave O't

    My Eppie Adair

    On The Late Captain Grose's Peregrinations Thro' Scotland

    Epigram On Francis Grose The Antiquary

    The Kirk Of Scotland's Alarm

    Presentation Stanzas To Correspondents

    Sonnet On Receiving A Favour

    Extemporaneous Effusion

    Song—Willie Brew'd A Peck O' Maut^1

    Ca' The Yowes To The Knowes

    I Gaed A Waefu' Gate Yestreen

    Highland Harry Back Again

    The Battle Of Sherramuir

    The Braes O' Killiecrankie

    Awa' Whigs, Awa'

    A Waukrife Minnie

    The Captive Ribband

    My Heart's In The Highlands

    The Whistle—A Ballad

    To Mary In Heaven

    Epistle To Dr. Blacklock

    The Five Carlins

    Election Ballad For Westerha'

    Prologue Spoken At The Theatre Of Dumfries



    Sketch—New Year's Day [1790]

    Scots' Prologue For Mr. Sutherland

    Lines To A Gentleman,

    Elegy On Willie Nicol's Mare

    The Gowden Locks Of Anna


    Song—I Murder Hate

    Gudewife, Count The Lawin

    Election Ballad

    Elegy On Captain Matthew Henderson

    The Epitaph

    Verses On Captain Grose

    Tam O' Shanter

    On The Birth Of A Posthumous Child

    Elegy On The Late Miss Burnet Of Monboddo



    Lament Of Mary, Queen Of Scots, On The Approach Of Spring

    There'll Never Be Peace Till Jamie Comes Hame

    Song—Out Over The Forth

    The Banks O' Doon—First Version

    The Banks O' Doon—Second Version

    The Banks O' Doon—Third Version

    Lament For James, Earl Of Glencairn

    Lines Sent To Sir John Whiteford, Bart

    Craigieburn Wood

    Epigram On Miss Davies

    The Charms Of Lovely Davies

    What Can A Young Lassie Do Wi' An Auld Man

    The Posie

    On Glenriddell's Fox Breaking His Chain

    Poem On Pastoral Poetry

    Verses On The Destruction Of The Woods Near Drumlanrig

    The Gallant Weaver

    Epigram At Brownhill Inn^1

    Lovely Polly Stewart

    Fragment,—Damon And Sylvia

    Johnie Lad, Cock Up Your Beaver

    My Eppie Macnab

    Altho' He Has Left Me

    My Tocher's The Jewel

    O For Ane An' Twenty, Tam

    Thou Fair Eliza

    My Bonie Bell

    Sweet Afton

    Address To The Shade Of Thomson

    Nithsdale's Welcome Hame

    Frae The Friends And Land I Love

    Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation

    Ye Jacobites By Name

    I Hae Been At Crookieden

    O Kenmure's On And Awa, Willie

    Epistle To John Maxwell, ESQ., Of Terraughty

    Second Epistle To Robert Graham, ESQ., Of Fintry

    The Song Of Death

    Poem On Sensibility

    The Toadeater

    Divine Service In The Kirk Of Lamington

    The Keekin'-Glass

    A Grace Before Dinner, Extempore

    A Grace After Dinner, Extempore

    O May, Thy Morn

    Ae Fond Kiss, And Then We Sever

    Behold The Hour, The Boat, Arrive

    Thou Gloomy December

    My Native Land Sae Far Awa



    I do Confess Thou Art Sae Fair

    Lines On Fergusson, The Poet

    The Weary Pund O' Tow

    When She Cam' Ben She Bobbed

    Scroggam, My Dearie

    My Collier Laddie

    Sic A Wife As Willie Had

    Lady Mary Ann

    Kellyburn Braes

    The Slave's Lament

    O Can Ye Labour Lea?

    The Deuks Dang O'er My Daddie

    The Deil's Awa Wi' The Exciseman

    The Country Lass

    Bessy And Her Spinnin' Wheel

    Love For Love

    Saw Ye Bonie Lesley

    Fragment Of Song

    I'll Meet Thee On The Lea Rig

    My Wife's A Winsome Wee Thing

    Highland Mary

    Auld Rob Morris

    The Rights Of Woman

    Epigram On Seeing Miss Fontenelle In A Favourite Character

    Extempore On Some Commemorations Of Thomson

    Duncan Gray

    Here's A Health To Them That's Awa

    A Tippling Ballad



    Poortith Cauld And Restless Love

    On Politics

    Braw Lads O' Galla Water

    Sonnet Written On The Author's Birthday,

    Wandering Willie—First Version

    Wandering Willie—Revised Version

    Lord Gregory

    Open The Door To Me, Oh

    Lovely Young Jessie

    Meg O' The Mill

    Meg O' The Mill—Another Version

    The Soldier's Return

    Versicles, A.D. 1793

    The True Loyal Natives

    On Commissary Goldie's Brains

    Lines Inscribed In A Lady's Pocket Almanac

    Thanksgiving For A National Victory

    Lines On The Commemoration Of Rodney's Victory

    The Raptures Of Folly

    Kirk and State Excisemen

    Extempore Reply To An Invitation

    Grace After Meat

    Grace Before And After Meat

    Impromptu On General Dumourier's Desertion From The French Republican Army

    The Last Time I Came O'er The Moor

    Logan Braes

    Blythe Hae I been On Yon Hill

    O Were My Love Yon Lilac Fair

    Bonie Jean—A Ballad

    Lines On John M'Murdo, ESQ.

    Epitaph On A Lap-Dog

    Epigrams Against The Earl Of Galloway

    Epigram On The Laird Of Laggan

    Song—Phillis The Fair

    Song—Had I A Cave

    Song—By Allan Stream

    Whistle, And I'll Come To You, My Lad

    Phillis The Queen O' The Fair

    Come, Let Me Take Thee To My Breast

    Dainty Davie

    Robert Bruce's March To Bannockburn

    Behold The Hour, The Boat Arrive

    Down The Burn, Davie

    Thou Hast Left Me Ever, Jamie

    Where Are The Joys I have Met?

    Deluded Swain, The Pleasure

    Thine Am I, My Faithful Fair

    On Mrs. Riddell's Birthday

    My Spouse Nancy


    Complimentary Epigram On Maria Riddell



    Remorseful Apology

    Wilt Thou Be My Dearie?

    A Fiddler In The North

    The Minstrel At Lincluden

    A Vision

    A Red, Red Rose

    Young Jamie, Pride Of A' The Plain

    The Flowery Banks Of Cree


    The Epitaph

    Pinned To Mrs. Walter Riddell's Carriage

    Epitaph For Mr. Walter Riddell

    Epistle From Esopus To Maria

    Epitaph On A Noted Coxcomb

    On Capt. Lascelles

    On Wm. Graham, Esq., Of Mossknowe

    On John Bushby, Esq., Tinwald Downs

    Sonnet On The Death Of Robert Riddell

    The Lovely Lass O' Inverness

    Charlie, He's My Darling

    Bannocks O' Bear Meal

    The Highland Balou

    The Highland Widow's Lament

    It Was A' For Our Rightfu' King

    Ode For General Washington's Birthday

    Inscription To Miss Graham Of Fintry

    On The Seas And Far Away

    Ca' The Yowes To The Knowes—Second Version

    She Says She Loes Me Best Of A'

    To Dr. Maxwell

    To The Beautiful Miss Eliza J—N

    On Chloris

    On Seeing Mrs. Kemble In Yarico

    Epigram On A Country Laird,

    On Being Shewn A Beautiful Country Seat

    On Hearing It Asserted Falsehood

    On A Suicide

    On A Swearing Coxcomb

    On An Innkeeper Nicknamed "The Marquis"

    On Andrew Turner

    Pretty Peg

    Esteem For Chloris

    Saw Ye My Dear, My Philly

    How Lang And Dreary Is The Night

    Inconstancy In Love

    The Lover's Morning Salute To His Mistress

    The Winter Of Life

    Behold, My Love, How Green The Groves

    The Charming Month Of May

    Lassie Wi' The Lint-White Locks

    Dialogue song—Philly And Willy

    Contented Wi' Little And Cantie Wi' Mair

    Farewell Thou Stream

    Canst Thou Leave Me Thus, My Katie

    My Nanie's Awa

    The Tear-Drop

    For The Sake O' Somebody



    A Man's A Man For A' That

    Craigieburn Wood

    Versicles of 1795

    The Solemn League And Covenant

    Lines sent with a Present of a Dozen of Porter.

    Inscription On A Goblet

    Apology For Declining An Invitation To Dine

    Epitaph For Mr. Gabriel Richardson

    Epigram On Mr. James Gracie

    Bonie Peg-a-Ramsay

    Inscription At Friars' Carse Hermitage

    There Was A Bonie Lass

    Wee Willie Gray

    O Aye My Wife She Dang Me

    Gude Ale Keeps The Heart Aboon

    O Steer Her Up An' Haud Her Gaun

    The Lass O' Ecclefechan

    O Let Me In Thes Ae Night

    Her Answer

    I'll Aye Ca' In By Yon Town

    O Wat Ye Wha's In Yon Town

    Ballads on Mr. Heron's Election, 1795

    Inscription For An Altar Of Independence

    The Cardin O't, The Spinnin O't

    The Cooper O' Cuddy

    The Lass That Made The Bed To Me

    Had I The Wyte? She Bade Me

    Does Haughty Gaul Invasion Threat?

    Address To The Woodlark

    Song.—On Chloris Being Ill

    How Cruel Are The Parents

    Mark Yonder Pomp Of Costly Fashion

    'Twas Na Her Bonie Blue E'e

    Their Groves O'Sweet Myrtle

    Forlorn, My Love, No Comfort Near

    Fragment,—Why, Why Tell The Lover

    The Braw Wooer

    This Is No My Ain Lassie

    O Bonie Was Yon Rosy Brier

    Song Inscribed To Alexander Cunningham

    O That's The Lassie O' My Heart


    Fragment.—Leezie Lindsay

    Fragment.—The Wren's Nest

    News, Lassies, News

    Crowdie Ever Mair

    Mally's Meek, Mally's Sweet

    Jockey's Taen The Parting Kiss

    Verses To Collector Mitchell




    The Dean Of Faculty

    Epistle To Colonel De Peyster

    A Lass Wi' A Tocher

    Heron Election Ballad, No. IV.

    Complimentary Versicles To Jessie Lewars

    O Lay Thy Loof In Mine, Lass

    A Health To Ane I Loe Dear

    O Wert Thou In The Cauld Blast

    Inscription To Miss Jessy Lewars

    Fairest Maid On Devon Banks






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